|Barbara Glamser (#48140315)|
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I'm glad that I was able to find some of your family.
I created memorials for Arthur, Tressa, and Adrian Esser. Would you like me to transfer these to you?
|Patricia Zeis||St. Mary's - Take Two|
We go there every year; my Mom is there. Next summer I will have my husband take shots with his much better camera and try also for a group shot. I know where this area is, luckily, because of the big memorial.
There are so many requests, but the cemetery is huge and I'm convinced that some of the graves simply have no marker.
|Patricia Zeis||St. Mary's|
|Patricia Zeis||Minnie Esser|
It seemed to me that Wilhelmina could have been known as Minnie. If I am incorrect, please let me know and I will remove the picture. I also posted a photo for Adrian Esser.
I posted pictures for Ida (the marker is partially sunken) and pictures of the Geiselhart markers. I cannot transfer them, as I am not the manager for these memorials.
Good luck in linking the families!
The Find A Grave system is acting up today, but I did manage to create memorials for the Weishar family and F. Joseph Glamser and Maria Glamser. If you want me to transfer these memorials to you, just let me know. I do have a couple of other photos - one is partially unreadable. I'll try to post them tomorrow if the Find A Grave system is working better (memorials are disappearing and then reappearing in duplicate, sigh.)
I recently visited St. Mary's Cemetery on Mt. Troy Rd in Pittsburgh and took about 1,500 photos. Today I looked at the photo requests and tried to remember the names as I reviewed the photos. I have some Glamser graves, which were partially buried and are not the names in your request, other than a grave for F. Joseph. There is a Geiselhart "nee Glamser" and a Weishar family, Essers and Wassermanns. I was walking along rows and snapping pictures. Have you done enough family research to know whether all of these folks are inter-related? I'm not sure if they are all related or just happen to have nearby graves. There is also a tall Glamser monument, which must have cost a fortune back in its day.
Some graves are not well maintained and I literally had to dig out sod with my foot to uncover them or push away weeds before I could take any kind of a decent picture.
I wish I had taken more pictures of the grouping of graves; hindsight is 20/20, sigh. Are you in Pittsburgh? If so, the tall monument would make it easy to locate the graves again.
I hope some of these folks are your relatives!
|Family Means Everything||RE: Nancy Glamser|
You're welcome. I was honored to do it for you!
|Family Means Everything||RE: Arthur Glamser|
You're very welcome. Glad I could help!